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her recycled cardboard art journal.
#33 Lula at u Luli
Just look at the extraordinary transformation of this unassuming alarm clock into a steampunk masterpiece. Lula took a really imaginative leap with this one, and it's full of brilliant details from every angle.
Do hop over to Lula's blog to see the full details.
#34 Pooja at Let's Get Crafty
Not only did Pooja use a pizza box as the substrate and lots of clothes labels and tags to build the layers, but she took apart a metal candle-holder to build the structure at the heart of her mixed media creation.
#36 Hélène a.k.a. 2amScrapper at Lotsa Scrap
A fantastic substrate here - Hélène has altered a specially chosen licence plate which has information related to her own life already on it, and created a rusty masterpiece full of personal meaning.
Take a trip over to Hélène's blog to find out more.
Congratulations to all our Pinworthies this month - fantastic projects all round. We'll be in touch shortly with your badges and an invitation to join us here at A Vintage Journey as a Guest Creative Guide in the future.
Once again, thank you to everybody who joined in with the challenge, and we hope you'll be inspired to come and play along this month in Jennie's wonderful Crazy For Autumn Colour theme, sponsored by the amazing Calico Craft Parts.
Join us on Monday to see who's arriving next at Destination Inspiration but, for now, have a great weekend and happy crafting all!
Alison and the Creative Guides x